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HI: The Mose Treatments were handed with great professional Care !! The wait for the results was too long. The drive to Ashburn averaged 1 hr.& 20minutes which is too long. I should have been scheduled for the Warrenton office. Thank You,
I had an excellent visit with Dr Chheda today. After years of dealing with a skin condition, I finally met a dermatologist who asked the right questions, and most importantly, actually listened to my concerns. Dr Chheda was pleasant, thorough, professional and informative. I highly recommend her.
The nurse was fast and efficient with the blood work, and everyone was friendly. I felt like Dr. Gorle only focused on one thing during my short visit, and didn't ask any routine questions during the physical. In fact, she barely asked me any questions at all, but assumed a lot about my life and habits, which left me feeling frustrated.
The actual time spent with the doctor was fine. However I am very tired of waiting for such a long time in the waiting room to see him. This has been about my 5th appointment with him in the last few months and I have waited at least an hour in the waiting room to see him. Usually I have my baby with me because I am a stay at home mom and the wait time isn't good for her either. Maybe next time if the wait is too long I will have to reschedule for a time that works best for him. I wouldn't recommend this doctor based on wait times in the waiting room and waiting for him to show up in the exam room. Even when I have one of the first appointments of the day I still have to wait about an hour to be seen.
What are varicose veins?
Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted, dark blue or purple veins that are visible from the surface of the skin. This condition is relatively common and usually manifests in the legs, but can appear elsewhere in the body. Varicose veins do not typically cause medical complications, but in some cases can cause pain, swelling, blood clots, aching, or skin ulcers. Unless they are causing discomfort or cosmetic issues, varicose veins are not usually treated.